Cosmo’s Midnight What Comes Next Australian Tour came to Adelaide on July 28 at Fat Controller.
If you were lucky enough to get a ticket to the sold out event, you’d know how unique the twins performance is.
On their biggest tour to date celebrating their debut album, the duo was better than ever incorporating live drums, bass and samples into the mix. Bringing with them Mookhi, Genesis Owusu and talented vocalist in their tunes, Asta.
Conforming to no genre but their own unique hip-hop electronic blend, the twins internal groove was electric, bringing the dance floor to life.
Mookhi warmed the rapidly growing crowd with smooth electronic tunes setting the atmosphere. Genesis Owusu were pure performers with the group of five dressed all in black bouncing on stage hyping up the crowd. Playing their tunes ‘Sideways’, ‘Void’ and ‘awomen amen’, the basement quickly filled with positive vibes and excited people.
The Sydney twins Cosmo and Patrick produce chilled, experimental and instrumental beats that are bound to make anyone dance.
Their smooth songs from What Comes Next features synth driven dance tracks with their classic cow bells and snare sounds the audience knows and loves.
Beginning their headlining set with ‘Confidence’, the audience grew generously with people pulling themselves closer.
‘Get To Know’ which features Winston Surfshirt followed, with the audience boogying and singing along. Adding a lively instrumental component, Mookhi showed us her impressive trumpet skills for the bouncy tune.
As fresh and zesty as Cosmo’s Midnight are, the Fat Mans punch and classic Mojito were the go to cocktails for the night.
Playing through their debut album, the multi-talented duo added a cover of Calvin Harris’ song ‘Slide’, making everyone dance more, if that was even possible.
Asta, featuring in the favourite song ‘History’ ended their dynamic set with the crowd wanting more. The audience couldn’t sing any louder with glowing vocalist Asta.
As their set exceeded midnight, the pumping energy at Fat Controller continued. The entirety of the night was filled with blissful, avid fans and surprisingly, they still had the energy to continue boogying to the good tunes from resident DJ’s.